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At least one, probably no more than six

I really enjoy the moments when I occupy myself with something far, far away from testing and it suddenly makes complete sense and shines light upon a topic that I know from work. Obviously I’m the connecting factor in the … Continue reading

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Testing Games

For the most recent Software Testing Club Meetup here in Cambridge I brought Games :) Games? Why? I’ve wanted to try this out, as I’ve noticed that playing Games (at least a certain flavor of Games) is a widespread phenomenon … Continue reading

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’nuff said

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Lauren Ipsum

The test manager dropped this on my desk, assuming I’d like it and right he was. The subtitle promises a story about computer science and other improbable things – without any actual computer making an appearance in the book! Instead, we follow Laurie’s … Continue reading

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CEWT #1: Testing ideas

The first Cambridge Exploratory Workshop on Testing – CEWT #1 – took place on Saturday, 4th July 2015 at Linguamatics. CEWT (Cambridge Exploratory Workshop on Testing) is an exploratory peer workshop. We take the view that discussions are more interesting … Continue reading

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Ambiguity is richness

I’m currently reading Jorge Luis Borges short story collection ‘Fictions’ (1944). In one of the stories, ‘Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote‘, Borges reviews the – fictional – rewrite of ‘Don Quixote’ by the – fictional – author Pierre Menard. … Continue reading

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